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Monday, November 23, 2009

Mellow Yellow Monday 11/23

This art work was produced by granddaughters a few weeks before we tore the deck out and replaced it with a paver brick patio.

Butterflies in chalk

Flit on the faded finish

Of the wooden boards

Could also have been a shadow shot.



Dr.John said...

I bet you miss the wood deck and the drawings.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Imagine this—
children chalking butterflies,
hoping they’ll take flight.

Quilt Works said...

You have a great eye!
Spotting that yellow mellow everywhere!

...A field of golden sunflowers!

Liz said...

I'm sure they had so much fun with the chalks!

Happy MYM. :)

Phebie said...

hahahha cute...

tnx 4 d visit...

dhemz said...

oh my...how lovely and sweet...wonderful art..very pretty!

thanks for coming by on my page....great to be here!

BadTux said...

Pavers, however, make excellent substrate for yellow butterflies in chalk also. Indeed, perhaps even better, because "pavement chalk" is actually designed for use on concrete, not on boards. There shall be more artwork in the future on that patio, I do suspect...